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An Aroland First Nation man has been sentenced to six years in prison in a fatal hit-and-run crash in 2011 that killed a 60-year-old Thunder Bay woman.

Despite a study suggesting Thunder Bay could get by with a smaller police force, the city’s social ills continue to keep officers busy and local officials aren’t anticipating reductions to the city’s

The City of Thunder Bay wants to boost the voter turnout for the Oct. 27 election and is turning to social media as a marketing resource.

An apparent leadership vacuum in the Ring of Fire mining belt has again resulted in finger-pointing among politicians, this time in Ottawa.

The People’s Climate Walk took place in more than 5,000 communities, including Thunder Bay, worldwide on Sunday.

The bravery and sacrifices of airmen during the Battle of Britain were remembered Sunday at the Lakehead Air Force Monument at Thunder Bay International Airport with a parade and wreath placing ceremo

The next phase of roadwork and landscaping at Prince Arthur’s Landing, in and around the Pearl Street entrance, will begin on Monday.